UP IN THE AIR

Sunday Mail - Travel/Escape - - FRONT PAGE -

If it’s day­time at your des­ti­na­tion dur­ing the flight, try to re­lax in­stead of sleep­ing. And heed the ad­vice of healthy fly­ers ev­ery­where: stay­ing hy­drated, eat­ing in mod­er­a­tion and lim­it­ing your al­co­hol and caf­feine in­take can re­ally re­duce the ef­fects of jet lag, Banks says.

For years, I’ve been us­ing a home­o­pathic jet lag rem­edy called Jet Ease ( jetease.com.au) de­vel­oped in New Zealand. These chew­able tablets, which are taken ev­ery two hours dur­ing the flight, con­tain herbal ex­tracts such as ar­nica mon­tana and wild camomile to help im­prove cir­cu­la­tion, re­duce de­hy­dra­tion and re­lax, so that you ar­rive more rested, which is the first step to­wards avoid­ing jet lag.

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